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2711PC-T6C20D PanelView Plus 6 Compact Touch Screen

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Question:What type of display does the Allen Bradley Panelview Plus 6 Compact 2711PC-T6C20D have?

Answer:The 2711PC-T6C20D touchscreen has a multicolor LCD as its display type.

Question:What is the input type of PanelView Plus 6 Compact 2711PC-T6C20D?

Answer:The input type of 2711PC-T6C20D is a touchscreen. The touchscreen of PanelView Plus 6 Compact is a color display that offers an analog resistive touch screen for touch input.

Question:What is the steps to view or enter the 2711PC-T6C20D IP address of your terminal?

Answer:
1. Press Terminal Settings>Networks then Communications>Network Connections>Network Adapters.
What is the steps to view or enter the 2711PC-T6C20D IP address of your terminal?
2. Press IP Address to view or modify the IP address.
3. Press Use DHCP to enable or disable DHCP assignment of addresses.
• If DHCP is enabled or set to Yes, IP address are automatically assigned.
• If DHCP is disabled, you can manually enter the IP address. Press IP address, Subnet Mask, and Gateway to enter IP formatted addresses.
4. Press OK when done.
If prompted, reset the device from the FactoryTalk View ME Station Configuration mode dialog box.
5. Press Close.

Question: What is Authorize 2711PC-T6C20D Terminal to Access Network Resources?

Answer:The terminal can access network resources with proper identification. A user name, password, and domain must be provided by your network administrator.
1. Press Terminal Settings>Network then Communications>Network Connections>Network Identification.
What is Authorize 2711PC-T6C20D Terminal to Access Network Resources?
2. Press user name, password, and domain to enter the information provided by your network administrator.
What is Authorize 2711PC-T6C20D Terminal to Access Network Resources?
3. Press OK when done.

Question: What is the 2711PC-T6C20D PanelView Plus 6 Compact touch screen panel price?

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7 Things about PanelView PlusI still run into new users who need to support and program the Allen-Bradley PanelView Plus HMI, even though it was released over a decade ago.

So for everyone out there who's in the same position, today I'll share with you the seven essential things you need to know about the PanelView Plus:


1) PanelView Plus Hardware:

PanelView Plus 700-1500

There are three main versions of PanelView Plus Hardware:

  • PanelView Plus & VersaView CE
  • PanelView Plus 6
  • PanelView Plus 7

While the PanelView Plus and PanelView Plus 6 share the same look and feel, the PanelView Plus 7 uses newer screen technology and has a slightly different look.

2) PanelView Plus Software:

FactoryTalk-View-ME-SplashThe PanelView Plus line of HMI's is programmed using FactoryTalk View Studio Machine Edition (ViewME) or Supervisory Edition (ViewSE.) For information about the latest release of FTView, check out this article HERE.

Communications to Allen-Bradley PLCs is accomplished using RSLinx Enterprise, which is included with, and configured from within FactoryTalk View Studio.

Originally, the software was known as RSView Studio (not to be confused with RSView32,) but was later re-branded along with many of Rockwell's software packages that used the FactoryTalk suite of services.

While each PanelView Plus comes with a ViewME runtime license and software preloaded, ViewME runtimes are also available for PC.

3) PanelView Plus Applications:

Application-Manager-on-XP-ME-Selected-Backup-AppPanelView Plus applications created with View Studio include the HMI Project as well as RSLinx Enterprise configuration and any supported KepServer OPC driver configurations.

Because of this, users should backup their applications using the included Application Manager utility, which results in an .APA or Application Archive file.

While backups of the HMI project folder can be imported into a new application, the imported application won't include any communication configuration.

For more information about backing up your View Studio applications, check out this article HERE.

4) PanelView Plus Runtimes:

ViewPoint Runtime Create 2When a PanelView Plus application is ready to be used in the field, a Machine Edition Runtime or .MER file must first be created.

This is done in View Studio by selection Create Runtime Application under the Application menu.

.MER runtimes are version specific, and while most new PanelView Plus models will run .MERs created for old versions, PanelView Plus models running old firmware will not be able to run .MERs created to support newer firmware.

For example, if you have a PanelView Plus 700 with firmware 5.1 loaded, it can run .MER runtime files created for versions 3.0-5.1. However, the same PanelView Plus 700 with firmware 3.0 will only be able to run version a .MER file of version 3.0.

To learn how to copy MER runtime files to and from your PanelView Plus, check out these articles HERE and HERE.

5) Editing PanelView Plus Runtimes:

Application-Manager-on-XP-ME-Selected-Restore-RuntimeOver the years dozens (if not hundreds) of people have asked me how they can go about editing their .MER files which they uploaded from their PVPlus.

The short answer if you may not be able to, which is why you'll always want to have the application archive or .APA file.

More specifically, if you have a .MER created for version 5.0 and newer firmware, and the person creating the .MER file selected “always allow conversion” (and if needed, you have the password) then you can use the Application Manager to restore the runtime file into an application.

That said, if your .MER is for a pre-5 version, there's no easy way to restore it to a project.

While if you open a pre-v5 runtime on your PC in the ViewME station software (doing so requires a PC runtime license) you could retrieve much of the project including Graphics and Tags, you would not be able to recover communications settings, alarms, macros, and parameters.

For more information about editing .MER files, check out this article HERE.

6) PanelView Plus Configuration:

MERuntime-Configuraiton-Menu-XPIf you need to set your PanelView Plus's clock, Ethernet address, or one of dozens of other settings, you'll need to access it's Configuration Menu.

This is the default display that loads when a brand new terminal is powered on.

And for those terminals which are already running a project, developers can place a “shutdown” or “goto config” button in the project so users can exit the running application and return to the Config Menu.

However, most designers don't put those buttons in their projects for fear an operator will press it accidentally.

With that in mind, most PanelView Plus models also support pressing a small white box on the screen during boot-up to bypass the application and go directly to the Configuration Menu.

To learn more about accessing the PanelView Plus configuration menu, click HERE.

7) PanelViewPlus vs 6 vs 7:

PanelView Plus 400 and 600

Original PanelView Plus
The original PanelView Plus terminals support firmware versions 3.0 through 5.1.

Over time the line grew to include several different sub-lines, including:

  • PanelView Plus Standard 700-1500 terminals,
  • PanelView Plus CE (aka VersaView CE) Windows CE 700-1500 terminals
  • PanelView Plus Standard 400 & 600 terminals
  • PanelView Plus Standard Compact 400, 600, 1000 lower functionality terminals

PanelView Plus 6

With the PanelView Plus 6, Rockwell basically upgraded the original design with an new and improved Logic Board, while reusing most of the older model's displays and bezels.

Most PanelView Plus 6 models natively support firmware versions 6.0 and greater, but can also run .MER files all the way back to version 3.2. That is, as long as the runtime uses a supported communication path (see below.)

One big difference between the original PanelView Plus and the PanelView Plus 6 is the later doesn't support support and IO networks.

Specifically, PanelView Plus 6 terminals do not support RIO, DeviceNet, and scheduled ControlNet.

Another difference is that all PanelView Plus 6 models have an SD card slot (in place of the original's Compact Flash card slot) as well as include access to the Windows CE desktop.

The four styles of PanelView Plus 6 are:

  • PanelView Plus 6 Standard 700-1500 terminals
  • PanelView Plus 6 Enhanced 700-1500 terminals (includes additional WinCE apps)
  • PanelView Plus 6 Standard 400 & 600 models (no comm module support, unlike original)
  • PanelView Plus 6 Compact 400, 600, 1000 models (limited functionality)

PanelView Plus 7

PanelView Plus 7 Standard Fi2

Unlike the PanelView Plus 6 which replaced the original PanelView Plus while reusing most bezels and displays, the PanelView Plus 7 was a complete hardware redesign.

This resulted in most PVPlus 7 models having cutous that are quite different than similarly sized PVPlus and PVPlus 6 models.

PanelView Plus 7 models also only support Ethernet. No Serial, No Data Highway, just Ethernet.

And it's important to note that the Standard version of the PanelView Plus 7 is similar to the Compact version of the PanelView Plus and Plus 6.

That is to say, the Standard version of the PVPlus 7 only supports 1 programmable controller connection, 25 displays, and 200 alarms.

So if you need features comparable to a standard PanelView Plus 6, you'll need to choose the Performance model of the PanelView Plus 7, not the Standard (aka Compact) model.

To learn more about the PanelView Plus 7, see our previous articles on the subject HERE.


I hope today's article about the seven things you need to know about the PanelView Plus was helpful!

If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to post them by clicking on the “Click here to post a comment or question” link below.

Sincerely,

Shawn Tierney
Automation Instructor and Blogger

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Shawn began programming as a pre-teen in the early 80's, and after earning a degree in Electronics he worked as an Automation Specialist for 25 years. In 1999 Shawn launched his first website which was the pre-cursor to TheAutomationBlog.com which he launched in 2013. Today Shawn continues to publish and edit content for The Automation Blog while also teaching PLC, HMI, and SCADA courses at TheAutomationSchool.com.

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ALLEN BRADLEY 2711PC-T6M20D PANELVIEW PLUS COMPACT 600

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i was trying to run a .mer file which i have uploaded from a running pvp1000 same model. when i load it on new pvp1000 it shows " the terminal can only run HMi applications (MERs) designed for panel view plus compact or panel view plus 7 standard terminals"
when i try to convert the project window size by using factory talk view studio to "pvplus 7 standard or compact " and recreate (MER) file folllowinw error appears


ERROR: Unsupported driver detected. Driver name = "RSLinx Server". Description: Only the Ethernet driver and Serial DF1 drivers are supported by PanelView Plus 7 Standard Machine Edition applications. Only the Ethernet, Serial DF1 and Serial DH485 drivers are supported by Compact Machine Edition applications.

ERROR: Unsupported driver detected. Driver name = "RSLinx Classic". Description: Only the Ethernet driver and Serial DF1 drivers are supported by PanelView Plus 7 Standard Machine Edition applications. Only the Ethernet, Serial DF1 and Serial DH485 drivers are supported by Compact Machine Edition applications.

ERROR: Unsupported driver detected. Driver name = "projectname". Description: Only the Ethernet driver and Serial DF1 drivers are supported by PanelView Plus 7 Standard Machine Edition applications. Only the Ethernet, Serial DF1 and Serial DH485 drivers are supported by Compact Machine Edition applications.

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